The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Catch me if you can
When you live in a junkie’s hell called heroin, rob enough banks to become your country’s most wanted outlaw, and finally, as a fugitive take to gun-running and hobnobbing with hitmen in a foreign land, in this case India, chances are you may not live...  | Read.. 
Reign of tyranny
“The subjects treated are partly scientific, literary, artistical (sic), scriptural, historical, natural and fictitious… t ...  | Read.. 
Who’s a Preity girl, then'
Cannes do better
Spice in Variety
Flying honours
Tittle tattle
One size doesn’t fit all
Forty years ago, when Marianne Legato had joined the heart surgery unit of New York Presbyterian Hospital, she’d wondered why doctors attending heart attacks in the emergency room had an obvious male bias. Although she was just a rookie in the ER, sh...  | Read.. 
Last Word: Mother India'
She’s “nothing more than the mother of two children”. She is the “mother of the nation”. She’s a blackfaced widow, who will bring bad luck to the nation. She’s the inheritor of her late husband’s legacy. She’s India’s bahu. No, she’s a foreign...  | Read.. 
Scarred forever
The right signal
Travelling woes
Code of conduct
ASH COLOURED: Aishwarya Rai’s poster in Cannes
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